Tag: direct provision

EXCLUSIVE: Shuttered Irish Nursing Homes Now Housing Government Migrants

This is the second of a series of exposés on the effect of the establishment’s mass-asylum policy on the most vulnerable groups in Irish society. For part one about how the policy is affecting young people and students you can...

/ 23/11/2022

East Wall: Dublin Working Class Turns Against Asylum Racket

Men, women and children from East Wall, Ballybough and North Strand gathered in their hundreds to protest outside the nearby Old ESB offices on East Wall Road today, which has been transformed, literally overnight, into a military style barracks for...

/ 19/11/2022

Will London Move to Close Dublin Backdoor for Albanian Migrants?

Fresh eyes are being drawn to clandestine people smuggling operations to the UK by way of Dublin, with the Telegraph mapping out the process for their British audience. Advertised extensively over TikTok and substantially less than through the English Channel...

/ 30/08/2022

Tension in Finglas Over New Asylum Centre

The ongoing arrival of 220 male asylum seekers at an abandoned retail unit in Finglas yesterday was met with local opposition further underlining the faltering international protection system bleeding onto the mainstream. Primarily non-Ukrainians, approximately 70 asylum seekers were placed...

/ 18/08/2022

Plans to Abolish Direct Provision Postponed Due to Asylum Crisis

The drastic jump in asylum numbers from the Ukraine and further afield has put the kibosh on idealistic plans to phase out Direct Provision, according to snooping by the Business Post. Long sought after and greenlighted in the Programme for...

/ 11/08/2022

Kinnegad: Arab Incels and Middle Class Cowardice

A dose of healthy racism could’ve quashed, or at the very least mitigated the ill-effects of, the current fiasco in Kinnegad. Spawned by its planter pollack gombeen owners selling it off for use by the Department of Children, ‘Harry’s Hotel’...

/ 10/07/2022

Dublin’s Holiday Inn to be Converted into Major Asylum Centre

Ireland’s intake of refugees continues to gather steam as hotels ostensibly opened to service the ailing tourism industry have pivoted towards servicing the Great Plantation. The Holiday Inn at Dublin Airport, the fourth largest in the country costing €50 million...

/ 23/02/2022

Who is Making Money from Asylum Appeals?

A long festering problem in the Irish asylum industry has been the issue of repeated and mostly cynical appeals by bogus applicants. With rejection rates averaging 75% prior to covid, and outright fraudulent applications from safe nations like Albania and...

/ 31/05/2021

The Irish Government’s Public Housing Bonanza for Asylum Seekers

With a foreword written in Albanian, Urdu and Georgian, as well as welcoming introductions by Micheál Martin and Roderic O’Gorman, the long anticipated White Paper laying out the State’s plan to end the Direct Provision system for asylum seekers dropped...

/ 28/02/2021

The Unbearable Whiteness of Dalkey

I’ll get straight to the point. The uber-wealthy town of Dalkey on the south coast of Dublin is whiter than the driven snow and it’s unbearable. The true victims of this festering reality are of course the residents of Dalkey...

/ 17/01/2021